5pm weaves together sliding panels, expanding menus and blurred overlays to make an interesting site.
The tension in these animations for Tristan Bagot's site are something to behold.
New print and web journal Contra have created a playful microsite which displaces letters as you navigate the page.
Beautiful distortion between videos on this portfolio for Glitch Paris.
In love with this cycling navigation with fixed suffixes.
How about this 3D carousel by the good folk at Harris Blondman, each area of the site connected at the axis. Emphasis to the non-hierarchical nature of the artists' work has also been given through the non-fixed order of the site navigation.
London-based studio SUPERIMPOSE have got a fresh new URL featuring a portfolio that seems to reflect across an invisible surface as you scroll.
Studio Moniker and Mozilla want to #FIXCOPYRIGHT with this virtual recreation of a wartime propaganda method known as "leaflet bombing".
Songs for Disaster Relief
Hato have made an intriguing website for Hong Kong based sound and performance artist Samson Young, who will be exhibiting at this years Venice Biennale.
Blue Jack Studio
A charming example of a multidirectional scroll effect.
London Original Print Fair 2017
Now open at the Royal Academy of Arts, the London Original Print Fair has a great website to accompany this years exhibition.
Do you speak human?
This charming site contains a survey about what kind of A.I. you want to live with in the future.
Nice retro-inspired portfolio for designer/developer Daniel Givens featuring a gradient brush, crosshairs cursor and guestbook.